VR Training Solutions
Running L&D programmes can be hard. It’s difficult to engage learners, measure the impact of your training and ensure they retain the information. It becomes even harder if you’re attempting to teach in high-risk locations or scenarios.
Virtual reality is a powerful teaching tool for employees. It provides the opportunity to engage with practical training in an environment where learners can learn skills faster, retain more knowledge and increase productivity without distractions or risk factors associated with real-life environments.
A recent report by PWC found that learners were four times faster to train on VR and 3.75 times more emotionally connected to content than in the classroom. In their survey learners were 275% more confident to apply skills learned after training and four times more focused than their e-learning peers.
Replicating dangerous work environments makes VR training an attractive proposition, as it provides a safe space to learn high risk skills. From the defence and aerospace industries, to the oil & gas sectors, VR has been used to simulate potentially fatal scenarios without compromising safety.